Nicole Malliotakis

    Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis is running to become Mayor of New York City to stop Bill de Blasio from his continued practice of protecting criminals at the expense of the New York City taxpayer. Nicole’s father is from Greece and her mother is a Cuban exile of the Castro dictatorship. Her parents came to New York in search of the American Dream and through their hard work, they attained a modest living as owners of a small business in Brooklyn. Their dedication and entrepreneurial spirit instilled a sense of ambition in Nicole that has inspired her life in public service.
    Neighborhoods: Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island


    Michel Faulkner

    For more than 30 years, Rev. Michel Faulkner has dedicated his life to serving his community. Growing up in Washington, D.C., he was an all-star football player that became a freshman All-American and four-year starter at Virginia Tech. Faulkner founded Over the Hump Resources, LLC, which provides working capital and management assistance to small and medium businesses worldwide. In November of 2014, Rev. Faulkner formed a committee with the NYC Campaign Finance Board to run for office.
    Neighborhoods: Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island


    Juan Carlos 'J.C.' Polanco

    J.C. Polanco has spent his entire career serving others in New York City. Born in upper Manhattan and raised in the Fordham section of The Bronx to immigrants from the Dominican Republic, J.C. was taught early on that education is the key to success and opportunity. Today, J.C. is on the faculty of Borough of Manhattan Community College, where he specializes in Latino Studies and History. Prior to his tenure at CUNY, Polanco taught Political Science, American History and Economics at Boricua College in Washington Heights. Polanco has served on the Board of Trustees for the Harriet Tubman Charter School, and the University Auxiliary Services at SUNY. J.C. practices law for Polanco Law, PLLC where he devotes countless hours to pro bono service. In addition, he is a regular guest and political contributor on Univision 41 and its political debate segment, Tiempo de Debate. J.C. also appears frequently on NY1’s “Pura Politica” and “Road to City Hall.”
    Neighborhoods: Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island


    William 'Bill' Kregler

    William ‘Bill’ Kregler have accepted the nomination for Queens Borough President on the Republican and Conservative lines. Recent events in Queens have compelled him to get back into public service. City Hall has ignored our community’s positions and concerns regarding new traffic patterns, over-development and homeless shelters and Education. Bill has previously served fellow New Yorkers as a Housing Police Officer as well as a FDNY Firefighter and Fire Marshal. He has also served for 10 years on Community Educational Council 24. With over 25 years of government service and 10 years of private sector experience in an executive position, Bill will use his logistical expertise to cut the bureaucracy out of government and enhance the operations by creating novel avenues for ideas to be submitted efficiently. The opportunity to lead Queens as Borough President by example and have a “hands on” approach with an “all included” attitude is what his Campaign is about.
    Neighborhoods: Queens County


    Joseph R. Concannon

    Joseph R. Concannon, Chief Executive Officer of Integris Security LLC, is a proven leader in information and physical security, disaster recovery/business continuity planning, and intelligence services. Mr. Concannon spearheaded the FBI InfraGard public/private initiative in New York City for twelve years, pushing the organization into the national spotlight. Prior to that, Mr. Concannon’s 25 year law enforcement career with the New York City Police Department spanned a wide range of roles, including emergency management planning and operations, directing computer operations, and providing government oversight as Deputy Director of Public Safety in the Mayor’s Office. He is also a Veteran of the US Air Force and was a professor at the State University of NY.
    Neighborhoods: Bayside, Bellerose, Douglaston, Floral Park, Fresh Meadows, Glen Oaks, Hollis, Hollis Hills, Holliswood, Little Neck, Queens Village


    Marvin Jeffcoat

    Marvin R. Jeffcoat was born on January 17, 1965 in Jamaica, NY. He graduated from White Plains High School. He enlisted in the United States Army Reserve in April 1982 and received basic training at Fort Dix, New Jersey and attended the United States Army Military Police School at Fort McClellan. He is a graduate of numerous military schools including the U.S. Army Ranger School and the Special Operations Training Course. He has received numerous decorations including the Combat Infantryman’s Badge, the Southwest Asia Service Medal w/1 campaign star, the Overseas Service Ribbon w/Numeral 2, the Kuwaiti Liberation Medal, the Liberation of Kuwait Medal, the Korean Defense Service Medal and the Meritorious Unit Citation Ribbon.
    Neighborhoods: Astoria, Sunnyside, Woodside and Long Island City


    Rupert Green

    Dr. Green, who migrated from Jamaica 35 years ago, is a long time educators who has undertaken numerous activities to help improve schools and empower communities. He has been a fearless champion for quality education and has the scars to show for his activities. His actions caused Mount Vernon to employ its first Black school superintendent. Green is a recipient of the New York State Challenger scholarship for teachers, he was a national Association of Professional Black Business Women “Man of the Year” awardee, and a 113 Precinct Community Council honoree.
    Neighborhoods: Cambria Heights, Hollis, Jamaica, St. Albans, Queens Village, and Springfield Gardens


    Ivan D. Mossop Jr.

    Mr. Mossop has served the Greater Jamaica community through various means of Civic Action for more than 50 years. He currently serves as the Recording Secretary of the Rochdale Village House Congress. Formerly the Assistant Treasurer of COMET a civic organization in Maspeth/Elmhurst section of Queens. Mossop formerly as an NYPD Auxiliary Police Officer during 9/11 out of the 107th Precinct in Flushing, NY.
    Candidate Mossop has led efforts to provide VITA pro-bono tax preparation assistance in D28 through the National Association of Black Accountants. “I have lived, worshiped, studied, worked and volunteered in the Greater Jamaica community for over 50 years. My family’s legacy of Civic Action spans over 100 years, said Mossop. Our community deserves a leader in the City Council that will serve all the people of District 28, by advocating fiscal prudence to ensure that taxpayer dollars are spent wisely and allocated fairly; and by also bringing our community the services it deserves.”
    Neighborhoods: Rochdale, South Ozone Park


    Eric Ulrich

    On February 24th 2009, Ulrich was elected to the City Council in a non-partisan Special Election. He quickly established a reputation as an honest, outspoken and independent voice at City Hall. Following his re-election in November of 2009, Ulrich implemented an aggressive quality-of-life agenda, targeting graffiti vandalism and illegal dumping on city streets. His legislative record includes six consecutive on-time balanced budgets and several bills, which have brought greater accountability to city government.
    Neighborhoods: Belle Harbor, Breezy Point, Broad Channel, Howard Beach, Lindenwood, Neponsit, Ozone Park, Richmond Hill, Rockaway Park, Roxbury, South Ozone Park, West Hamilton Beach, Woodhaven

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